The essential oil composition of C. asiatica from Tokushima, Japan, was reported by Yoshinori et al. (1982). The major constituent of the oil (36.4%) was an unidentified terpenic acetate, while other prominent constituents were b-caryophyllene, trans-b-farnesene, and germacrene D.
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Oyedeji, O. A., and A. J. Afolayan. "Chemical composition and antibacterial activity of the essential oil of Centella asiatica. Growing in South Africa." Pharmaceutical Biology 43.3 (2005): 249-252.
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